Gabriela's research covers ESG in the energy and information technology sectors. In her previous role at the Office for National Statistics, she conducted quantitative research to improve the quality of the U.K’s COVID-19 statistics, published reports on the U.K.’s green economy and supported Costa Rica’s delegation at COP 26. Gabriela has a master’s degree in international public policy from UCL and a bachelor’s degree in international management from the University of Manchester.
Research and Insights
Articles by Gabriela de la Serna
Biodiversity 101Podcast | Jan 19, 2024 |
Biodiversity is everywhere from food production to pharmaceutical drugs, so the biodiversity crisis puts both society and the global economy at risk. And while it is like the climate crisis in its cause, there are complexities and measurement difficulties that make the biodiversity crisis a distinct problem for investors to address compared to the climate crisis. On this episode we sat down with our colleague Arne Klug to understand where this complexity comes from and how can investors go about it when trying to include biodiversity in their investment practices.
Human-Rights Due Diligence: Companies’ Preparedness for the EU’s CSDDD5 mins read Blog | Oct 31, 2023 |
The EU’s proposed CSDDD could substantially up the stakes in human-rights law for companies and investors. Our research found that many of those in scope for CSDDD fell short on baseline practices to prevent human rights abuses.
The Retail’s Doctor Will See You NowPodcast | Oct 27, 2023 |
You trust a retail store to be convenient. You can walk in and get basically anything you need - be it food, clothes, face wash, batteries...whatever. Retail companies have built their brands on that convenience and affordability factor. But would you trust a retail company to be your healthcare provider? Well, they are betting on that - Amazon, Walmart, and others are getting into the healthcare game. And in this episode, we discuss what it might look like to have an Amazon employee administer a flu test.
Catastrophic Droughts Put Utilities at Risk2 mins read Quick Take | Oct 11, 2022 |
Extreme droughts are putting great pressure on hydro and thermoelectric power producers, which need water to cool thermal power plants. Investors are watching to see how utilities manage water stress.